A furious Ismail Coovadia has repudiated a bid to 'honour' him with trees planted on contested land.
Rhodes students and staff are livid after âracist, xenophobicâ posters were displayed on campus.
United States President Barack Obama made his first official visit to Israel this week, amid warnings from some of Israel's leading supporters.
From March 11 to March 17, a series of events takes place around the country under the rubric of "Israel Apartheid Week."
The inclusion on a US terrorism watchlist has frozen South African charity Al Aqsa's bank accounts.
Despite international protest, Israel is going ahead with settlement plans to build 3 000 homes in a critical area of the West Bank.
Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu has called US President Barack Obama and the two discussed options for "de-escalating" the situation in Israel and Gaza.
With the sponsorship of a SA organisation, the Bedouin villages of Umm al-Hiran and Al-Arakib in Israel will soon be wiped off the map.
Israelis like the idea of democracy, but openly advocate discrimination against Arab citizens. How can people embrace a word synonymous with evil?
There has been a mixed response to the controversial billboard campaign that graphically explains the Israeli occupation of Palestinian land.
It's not Iran or Iran's agents in Baghdad who have dealt the heaviest strategic blow to Saudi Arabia's influence in the Middle East -- but Cairo.
The irony in an opinion piece by Zev Krengel concedes that there are legal consequences to illegal actions.
The protests blazing across the Arab world in the past three weeks represent a radical opening up in the frozen politics of the Middle East.
The peace process is a sham. Palestinians must reject their officials and rebuild their movement.
Massive new leak lifts lid on negotiations, PLO offered up key settlements in East Jerusalem and concessions were made on refugees and Holy sites.
Human Rights Watch has requested the US penalise Israel by withholding aid equal to the amount Israel gives in subsidies to West Bank settlements.
A chummy meeting with Barack Obama led Benjamin Netanyahu to think he has time on his side. But he's wrong: the clock is ticking.
Israel's enemies have a strategy of provoking confrontation and then playing the victim, argues David Saks.
Israeli defence minister warns that go-ahead for Jerusalem park could prejudice peace talks.